Hello everyone, I am considering joining an RPCNA church plant (currently a member in the OPC), and have some questions regarding the state of the denomination. I have got the impression that, outside of exclusive psalmnody and non-instrumentation, the RPCNA seems to be less conservative than the OPC, particularly with regards to feminism, as the emphasis seems to be empowerment and a reductionistic view of biblical roles between the sexes expressing itself most prominently, but not exclusively, in female deacons, as well as not using wine in communion. Is this impression correct? If so, what direction are things heading? Also, how prevalent is headcovering by the women in the denomination? Is there a movement back to the original Westminster Standards? What is the denomination´s involvement in foreign missions? Can someone also speak to other weaknesses and strengths of the denomination? Being a bit more open-ended, what would those of you with similar convictions (EP, original Westminster Standards, headcovering, covenanting) recommend? I am not trying to give the impression that I am unwilling to compromise, as I quietly do in my beloved OPC congregation, but am seeking to get the best information I can to inform my decision. Thanks!